Re: [CR]Clubman from Austria?

Example: Framebuilders

Date: Wed, 19 Oct 2005 08:45:52 -0700 (PDT)
From: Don Wilson <>
Subject: Re: [CR]Clubman from Austria?
To: Classic Rendezvous <>
In-Reply-To: <BAY107-DAV5AED2BD96E487904B81FFB8700@phx.gbl>

I've seen two at garage sales the last four months. I bought one for a buck because I always buy and try bikes I've never ridden before if they're a buck and then drop them at the thrift store. Some times I'm surprised. Not this time. Nothing distinctive at all, even in a low end sort of way (uo-8 pleasure). I've heard some of the 531 tubed bikes are nice, but would doubt they're worth questing for.
D.C. Wilson
Los Olivos

--- JB Froke wrote:

> Otis --
> Yup, in a metallic emerald green BUT also a plum
> purple! Just as was
> described by Dan: Simplex 10-spd driveline,
> Normandy hubs, Atom wing
> nuts and cranks, Dia-Compe brakes, Sella San Marcos
> quilted saddle,
> lugged frame, flat plat for rear brake mount, etc.
> Mine is a 1970 NOS,
> only partially unwrapped, white; unusual or early
> transition 60's-70 in
> that it came with sew-ups. Nonetheless, a used 70's
> would not be
> valuable, I should think.
> -- JB Froke, Pebble Beach CA

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